If the Trump Presidency Signaled the End of an Era, What Lies Ahead? (Part 1)

Jul 11 2023
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

After forty years of neoliberal politics and economic policy, are we about to turn a corner? Is the Reagan era coming to an end? If so, what might follow? Is Biden’s unexpectedly progressive economic policy a harbinger of things to come or merely the last gasp of New Deal thinking?

Join us in this two-part lecture series with Steve Sinding covering the politics (on July 11 – part 1) and Peter Radford, the economics (on July 18 – part 2)  of this compelling topic.

Registration is $40 per person for the two-part series, or $22 per person per lecture.

Steve SindingSteven Sinding (July 11 – part 1) was the director general of the International Planned Parenthood Federation in London. He had a 20-year career at the U.S. Agency for International Development and served as senior population advisor to the World Bank and later as director of the Population Sciences program at the Rockefeller Foundation. He was clinical professor of public health at Columbia University. Dr. Sinding serves on a number of boards and works as an international consultant.


Peter RadfordPeter Radford (July 18 – part 2) is the publisher of The Radford Free Press, a blog on economics covering contemporary issues and the state of economic theory. More broadly, he is also a writer and consultant on economics and business theory. He is a cofounder and serves on the executive committee of the World Economics Association.



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